Special Issue "Advanced Materials for Sensing Applications"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 September 2021.
Recent advances in material design, particularly in the field of nanotechnology, have triggered significant research progress. Attributed to the high surface to volume ratio, aspect ratio, and surface area arising from nanostructured materials, they are shown to exhibit unusual physicochemical properties in comparison with their bulk counterparts. Especially, due to health and environmental concerns, several sensors, ranging from gas sensors to biosensors, have actively taken place, and more improved performance was achieved when rationally designed nanostructured materials were carefully employed for sensing applications. This Special Issue of Sensors will be dedicated to summarizing and highlighting some recent research advances in employing nanostructured materials for various sensor applications, ranging from gas sensors to biosensors. Topics include, but are not limited to the following:
1) Summary of nanostructured materials that are suited for the varoius types of sensors
2) Investigation on what kinds of nanostructured materials are best suited for what type of sensor
3) Employing nanostructured materials for specific types of sensors (such as gas sensor, biosensor, pressure sensor)
4) In-depth analysis of what factors of nanostructured materials contributed to the improvement of sensor performance
Both review papers and original research articles are welcome
Dr. Jun Young Cheong
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- high surface area
- 1D, 2D, 3D